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These 10 Photographs Of Nature Will Blow Your Mind. See 10 Top Nature Pictures Of 2016!

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Every year editors of National Geographic choose the best photographs taken by different artists. Let’s take a look at ten breathtaking nature pictures taken by different photography lovers.

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An evening storm near Wood River, Nebraska, Platte River became one of the most impressive nature pictures in 2016.

Picture taken by Randy Olson.

This photo was originally published in “What Happens to the U.S. Midwest When the Water’s Gone?,” in August 2016.

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One of the world’s largest animals – orangutang climbs into the canopy.

Picture taken by Tim Laman.

This photo was originally published in “Inside the Private Lives of Orangutans,” in December 2016.

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That feeling when you can not tell whether it is a painting or one of the best nature pictures of the year.

Photograph of Grand Canyon taken by Michael Nichols.

This photo was originally published in “Learning to Let the Wild Be Wild in Yellowstone,” in May 2016.

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One of the most shocking nature pictures taken by Ronan Donovan.

The carcass of a bison that drowned in a river attracted attention of wolfs.

This photo was originally published in “Yellowstone: Wild Heart of a Continent,” in May 2016.

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Day and night together. In Yosemite National Park, photographer Stephen Wilkes took 1,036 images over 26 hours to create this day-to-night composite.

Picture taken by Stephen Wilkes.

This photo was originally published in “How National Parks Tell Our Story—and Show Who We Are,” in January 2016.

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Magical Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone captured by Michael Nichols.

This photo was originally published in “Learning to Let the Wild Be Wild in Yellowstone,” in May 2016.

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The blood drop captured by Charlie Hamilton James.

This photo was originally published in “Vultures Are Revolting. Here’s Why We Need to Save Them.” in January 2016.

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Beautiful textures. This octopus was photographed by David Littschwager.

This photo was originally published in “Why Do Octopuses Remind Us So Much of Ourselves?” in November 2016.

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The lagoon at Seychelles’ Aldabra Atoll reminds a sea of sharks.

Photograph taken by Thomas P. Peschak

This photo was originally published in “In the Seychelles, Taking Aim at Nature’s Bullies,” in March 2016.

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Picture taken in Grand Teton National Park by Charlie Hamilton James. Grizzly bear fends off ravens from a bison carcass.

This photo was originally published in “Learning to Let the Wild Be Wild in Yellowstone,” in May 2016.

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